Introduction to the Water Monitoring System
Water Monitoring System for Water Flow Metering
A water meter usually rotates as the water flows through it, or uses an ultrasonic flow meter or water meter to measure the speed of the water. Meters also pulse according to a specific amount of water flowing through them. Pulses can be counted by a data logger with a pulse counter. Data loggers send data to a water monitoring system where users can view their water usage.
Tank water monitoring system
Another way to monitor water is to monitor water levels in tanks, reservoirs or dams. From the liquid level, you can calculate how much water is in the tank if you know the shape of the tank or have a level to volume matching table. Liquid levels can be monitored with high precision by submersible hydrostatic level sensors. Another way to monitor liquid levels is through ultrasonic or radar non-contact level sensors. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages. The sensors can be connected to data loggers and the data can be sent again to the water monitoring system. Based on this information, the system can turn on/off the pump or control valve so that the monitoring information can be used not only to see the current or previous level/volume, but also for active control.
Water Quality Monitoring System
The water quality monitoring system collects the data of on-site water temperature, pH value, chemical oxygen demand, suspended solids, conductivity, dissolved oxygen and other parameters, and transmits the parameter data to the IoT cloud platform to realize real-time monitoring of the data of various devices on the spot.
The user can view in real time through the computer webpage or mobile phone app, and can freely set the upper and lower limits of the standard value of each parameter. If the data exceeds the limit, it can send a text message or WeChat alarm reminder to the relevant staff to achieve early warning and avoid unnecessary The loss can be realized remotely to be able to guard on-site equipment.